Emma Strous DVM, DipECBHM


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Emma Strous DVM, DipECBHM

“As an European bovine specialist at Royal GD, I strive to gain and retain the best possible animal health on farm together with the cattle farmer and his or her veterinarian. Contributing to the health and welfare of the Dutch cattle population is very rewarding.”  Emma Strous


Emma Strous studied Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University. After graduation in 2012, she completed a one year ‘Junior Clinical Training Scholarship in farm animal health and production’ at the University of Cambridge. Back in the Netherlands she spent a few years in practice as a dairy veterinarian. In 2017 she was employed by the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Utrecht as a lecturer and later as a resident for the European College of Bovine Health Management. After passing the certifying examination in 2021, she accepted a position of bovine specialist at Royal GD with special interest in infectious diseases, dairy herd health and youngstock.  


Fields of expertise:

  • Infectious disease BVD
  • Infectious disease IBR
  • Dairy herd health
  • Youngstock


  • E. Strous, A. Vanhoudt, A. Smolenaars, G. van Schaik, M. Schouten, H. de Pater, B. Roelofs, M. Nielen, 2021. Observational study on variation of longitudinal platelet counts in calves over the first 14 days of life and reference intervals from cross-sectional platelet and leukocyte counts in dairy calves up to two months of age. Animals, 11(2): 347. doi: 10.3390/ani11020347
  • E. Strous, N. Willems, M. Tobón Restrepo, P. Vos, B. Meij, 2019. Bilateral lateral patellar luxation in a calf. VetRecord CaseReports, 7(4): e000919. doi: 10.1136/vetreccr-2019-000919

Oral presentation

  • E. Strous, I. Bisschop, J. Mars, L. Van Duijn, F. Waldeck, P. Wever, G. Van Schaik. Risk factors for BVDV introduction into Dutch dairy herds in a national control programme, 31st World Buiatrics Congress in Madrid, Spain, 06-09-2022.


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